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Goodbye winter and hello spring! One of our favorite spring events is The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden’s sixth annual Food & Wine Festival, and it’s coming up March 23 – 25. This year’s event, presented by Dallas Southwest Osteopathic Physicians, takes place during the height of Dallas Blooms, so there will be lots of beautiful sights to see!

Almost sold out, this popular food event features an evening of the top local chefs serving their delicious dishes served with a selection of wines and beer.

Stick around for more festivities on March 25 and 26 at the Dallas Arboretum’s Garden Market featuring several dozen local vendors showcasing their products for sale, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the garden. The garden market is included with paid admission to the garden.

Dallas Arboretum Food and Wine Festival


Food and Wine Festival – March 23 from 7-9pm

Garden Market — March 25 and 26 from 10:30am-3pm


General admission for the festival is $149 per person. Buy tickets here.

Garden Market – included with paid admission to the garden


Food & Wine Festival Participating Restaurants

Asian Mint – Chef Nicky Phinyawatana
Bbbop Seoul Kitchen – Chef Sandra Bussey
Beckley 1115 – Chef Luke Rogers
Beyond the Box Catering – Chef Doug Brown
Bisous Bisous – Chef Andrea Meyer
Bright Box Foods – Chef Christopher Patrick
Café Momentum – Chef Aaron Collins
Cane Rosso – Chef Josh Healy
Carbone Vino – Chef Kashawn Cruell
Chef Mollie G: Custom Catering – Chef Mollie Guerra
Dallas Culinary Company – Chef Jose Iturralde
Dea – Chef Roman Murphy
Encina (VIP) – Chef Matt Balke
Garden Café – Chef Justin Wern
Home Grown Market – Chef Lucy Braddock
Humble: Simply Good Pies – Chef Sean Jett
José (VIP) – Chef Anastacia Quinones
Knife Dallas (VIP) – Chef John Tesar
La Duni – Chef Dunia Borga
Loro Asian Smokehouse and Bar – Chef Arturo Hernandez
Meridian (VIP) – Chef Junior Borges
Monarch – Chef Eric Dreyer
Mozzarella Company + Empire Baking Company – Paula Lambert and Meaders Ozarow
Nick & Sam’s – Chef John Kleifgen
Off the Bone BBQ – Chef Dwight Harvey
Parigi – Chef Janice Provost
Petra & the Beast – Chef Misti Norris
Postino Deep Ellum – Chef Andrew Baxter
Profound Farms – Chef Ramsey
Sadelle’s – Chef Keith Potter
Saint Rocco’s New York Italian – Chef Jay Valley
Savor by Samir Catering – Chef Salvador Ordaz
Snap Kitchen – Chef Magdalena Taqheri
Sushi Rock (VIP) – Chef Mark Tungcmittrong
Taco Y Vino – Chef Jimmy Contreras
Teriyaki – Chef Joshua Bonee
Thompson Dallas – Chef Jeramie Robison
Trompo – Chef Luis Olvera
Urban Rio Cantina & Grill – Chef Salvatore Gisellu
Vestals Catering – Chef Jordan Swim
A special thanks to Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits for providing the wine along with beers by popular breweries to pair with the food.

Confirmed Breweries include Lakewood Brewing, Oak Highlands Brewery, Texas Ale Project, and White Rock Ale House & Brewery.

*Restaurants and breweries as of print date. Check the website for any updates.


Check out our social media pages (@dallasfoodnerd) for coverage from the festival!

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Nelli is the Content Manager for two food blogs (and her two cities!): @dallasfoodnerd and @pittsburghfoodnerd. She enjoys trying out new restaurants, traveling and enjoying Tex-Mex on multiple occasions. Connect with her on IG, @pittsburghfoodnerd and @dallasfoodnerd.
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